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A Gaelic dictionary, in two parts : I. Gaelic and English. - II. English and Gaelic : in which the words, in their different acceptations, are illustrated by quotations from the best Gaelic writers; and their affinities traced in most of the languages of ancient and modern times; with a short historical appendix of ancient names, deduced from the authority of Ossian and other poets: to which is prefixed, a new Gaelic grammar - Armstrong, Robert Archibald, 1788-1867

Gaelic names of plants (Scottish and Irish) Collected and arranged in scientific order, with notes on their etymology, their uses, plant superstitions, etc., among the Celts, with copious Gaelic, English and scientific indices - Cameron, John, of Sunderland

The illustrated Gaelic dictionary, specially designed for beginners and for use in schools, including every Gaelic word in all the other Gaelic dictionaries and printed books, as well as an immense number never in print before (Volume 1) - Dwelly, Edward, 1864-

The illustrated Gaelic dictionary, specially designed for beginners and for use in schools, including every Gaelic word in all the other Gaelic dictionaries and printed books, as well as an immense number never in print before (Volume 2) - Dwelly, Edward, 1864-

Dictionary of the Gaelic language: 1. Gaelic and English. 2. English and Gaelic. By Norman MacLeod and Daniel Dewar - MacLeod, Norman, 1783-1862

Gaelic names of beasts (Mammalia), birds, fishes, insects, reptiles, etc. in two parts: 1. Gaelic-English.- 2. English-Gaelic. Part 1. contains Gaelic names or terms for each of the above, with English meanings. Part 2. contains all the English names for which Gaelic is given in Part 1., with Gaelic, other English names, etymology, Celtic lore, prose, poetry, and proverbs referring to each, thereto attached. All now brought together for the first time - Forbes, Alexander Robert

An etymological dictionary of the Gaelic language - Macbain, Alexander, 1855-1907

Guide to Gaelic conversation and pronunciation : with vocabularies, dialogues, phrases, and letter forms - Macbean, L. (Lachlan), 1853-1931

A pronouncing Gaelic dictionary: to which is prefixed a concise but mose comprehensive Gaelic grammar - M'Alpine, Neil

Gaelic vocabulary and phrase book - Munro, James


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